Student, Smith College, 1959-1961; Bachelor, University of Illinois, 1963; Master of Science, University of Illinois, 1965; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Illinois, 1971.
Associate professor economics, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, 1968-1977; consultant economist, Remote Method Invocation Corporation, Winnetka, 1970-1972; economist, Inland Steel Industries, Chicago, 1977-1987; economist, senior planner, Toyota Motor Sales, United States of America, Torrance, California, 1988-1990; vice president, economist, Security Pacific Corporation, Los Angeles, 1990-1992; vice president, senior economist, Bank of America, Los Angeles, since 1992. Consultant transportation project University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, 1974-1976.
Member National Association Business Economists (Los Angeles chapter president 1991-1992, Chicago chapter president 1981-1982).
Married Victor S. Sidhu. 1 child, Mary Pittman.